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Retired Andhra University Professor dead
Visakhapatnam, July 18, 2004

Retired professor of Applied Economics in Andhra University and former advisor to the Food and Agricultural Organization, G.Parthasarathy died here on Sunder. The AU Vice-Chancellor and principals of the campus colleges condoled the death.
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Cheque powers to Zilla Parishad members
Visakhapatnam, July 18, 2004

Visakhapatnam Zilla Parishad(ZP) Standing Committee on Sunday has given green signal to increase the percentage of funds to be recommended by its members for taking up various works. As part of the formula adopted at the meeting presided by Chairpersons, V.Kantamma, it was agreed to allot sanctioning power for eighty percent of the funds to the ZPTC members and MLAs. The funds would be distributed equally among the ZPATC members and MLAs before recommending various works while leaving 20 per cent of funds at the discretion of the Chairperson.
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